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Instruction Manual
CONVECTION MICROWAVE GRILL OVEN
Model CMV24
BEFORE USE, PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW ALL SAFETY RULES
AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS. KEEP THIS MANUAL IN A SECURE LOCATION
Write Serial Number here:
1630XXX
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FELIX STORCH, INC.
770 Garrison Avenue
Bronx, New York 10474
www.summitappliance.com
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Contents
Grounding Instructions ...................................................................................................................... 3
Important safety instructions ............................................................................................................ 4
Precautions to avoid possible exposure to excessive Microwave energy .................................... 6
The advantages of microwaves ......................................................................................................... 9
Description of your oven.................................................................................................................. 10
Basic settings ................................................................................................................................... 12
Basic Functions ................................................................................................................................ 14
Special functions .............................................................................................................................. 19
When the oven is working................................................................................................................ 22
Defrosting .......................................................................................................................................... 23
Cooking with a Microwave oven ...................................................................................................... 25
Cooking with the Broiler .................................................................................................................. 27
Roasting and baking......................................................................................................................... 29
What kind of ovenware can be used? ............................................................................................. 32
Oven Cleaning and Maintenance ..................................................................................................... 34
What should I do if the oven doesn’t work? ................................................................................... 36
Technical characteristics ................................................................................................................. 37
Installation instructions ................................................................................................................... 38
Installation dimensions .................................................................................................................... 41
Limited Warranty .............................................................................................................................. 44
Dear Customer,
Before going any further, we want to thank you for preferring our SUMMIT product. We are sure
that this modern, functional and practical microwave oven, manufactured with top quality
materials, will fully meet your expectations.
We ask you to read the instructions in this booklet very carefully as this will allow you to get the
best results from using your microwave oven.
KEEP THE DOCUMENTATION OF THIS PRODUCT FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
Always keep the instruction manual handy. If you lend the microwave oven to someone
else give them the manual as well!
This SUMMIT Microwave Oven complies with Part 18 of the FCC rules
The user manual is also available for download at www.summitappliance.com
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GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This appliance must be connected to a grounded, metallic, permanent wiring
system, or an equipment grounding conductor should be run with the circuit
conductors and connected to the equipment grounding terminal or lead on
the appliance.
Warning! IMPROPER USE OF THE GROUNDING CAN RESULT IN A RISK OF
ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
Please refer to the Installation Instructions for further information.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
When using electrical appliances basic safety precautions should be followed,
including the following:
Warning! To reduce the risk of burns, electric shock, fire, injury to persons,
or exposure to excessive microwave energy:
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Read all instructions before using the appliance.
Read and follow the specific “PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO
EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE ENERGY” found on this manual.
This appliance must be grounded. Connect only to properly grounded outlet. See “GROUNDING
INSTRUCTIONS” found in this manual.
Install or locate this appliance only in accordance with the provided installation instructions.
Some products such as whole eggs and sealed containers – for example, closed glass jars are
able to explode and should not be heated in this oven.
Use this appliance only for its intended use as described in the manual. Do not use corrosive
chemicals or vapors in this appliance. This type of oven is specifically designed to heat, cook, or
dry food. It is not designed for industrial or laboratory use.
As with any appliance, close supervision is necessary when used by children.
Do not operate this appliance if it is has a damaged cord or plug, if it is not working properly, or if it
has been damaged or dropped.
This appliance should be serviced only by qualified service personnel. Contact nearest authorized
service facility for examination, repair, or adjustment.
Do not cover or block any openings on the appliance.
Do not store this appliance outdoors. Do not use this product near water – for example, near a
kitchen sink, in a wet basement, near a swimming pool, or similar locations.
Do not immerse cord or plug in water.
Keep cord away from heated surfaces.
Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter.
When cleaning surfaces of door and oven that come together on closing the door, use only mild,
nonabrasive soaps, or detergents applied with a sponge or soft cloth.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
To reduce the risk of fire in the oven cavity:
 Do not overcook food. Carefully attend appliance when paper, plastic, or other
combustible materials are placed inside the oven to facilitate cooking.
 Remove wire twist-ties from paper or plastic bags before placing bag in oven.
 If materials inside the oven ignite, keep oven door closed, turn oven off, and
disconnect the power cord, or shut off power at the fuse or circuit breaker
panel.
 Do not use the cavity for storage purposes. Do not leave paper products,
cooking utensils, or food in the cavity when not in use.
 Liquids such as water, coffee, or tea are able to be overheated beyond the
boiling point without appearing to be boiling. Visible bubbling or boiling when
the container is removed from the microwave oven is not always present.
THIS COULD RESULT IN VERY HOT LIQUIDS SUDDENLY BOILING OVER
WHEN THE CONTAINER IS DISTURBED OR A UTENSIL IS PUT INTO THE
LIQUID.
To avoid that type of situation when heating liquids, put a teaspoon or glass
rod inside the container.
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PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID
POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO
EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE
ENERGY
(a) Do not attempt to operate this oven with the door open since open – door
operation can result in harmful exposure to microwave energy. It is important
not to defeat or tamper with the safety interlocks.
(b) Do not place any object between the oven front face and the door or allow
soil or cleaner residue to accumulate on sealing surfaces.
(c) Do not operate the oven if it is damaged. It is particularly important that the
oven door closes properly and that there is no damage to the: (1) door (bent),
(2) hinges and latches (broken or loosened), (3) door seals and sealing
surfaces.
(d) The oven should not be adjusted or repaired by anyone except properly
qualified service personnel.
Pacemakers:
Most pacemakers are shielded from interference from electronic products, including
microwaves. However, patients with pacemakers may wish to consult their
physicians if they have concerns.
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Microwave safety
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Warning! Never leave the oven unwatched,
especially when using paper, plastic or other
combustible materials. These materials can
char and may catch fire. FIRE RISK!
Warning! Do not heat pure alcohol or
alcoholic drinks in the microwave. FIRE
RISK!
Warning! Do not heat liquids or other foods
in closed containers since these may
explode readily.
Warning! This appliance is not intended for
use by persons (including children) with
reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience and
knowledge, unless they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning use of
the appliance by a person responsible for
their safety. Children should be supervised
to ensure that they do not play with the
appliance.
Warning! If the oven has a combined
function mode (microwave with other means
of heating), children should not be allowed to
use the oven without adult supervision on
account of the high temperatures generated.
Warning! The oven cannot be used if:
Beware!
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Never heat baby foods or drinks in bottles or
jars with the nipples or lids on them. After
heating the food mix or shake well so that
the heat is spread evenly. Check the food
temperature before feeding this to the child.
DANGER OF BURNING!
To avoid food overheating or burning it is
very important not to select long time
periods or power levels that are too high
when heating small quantities of food. For
example, a bread roll can burn after 3
minutes if the power selected is too high.
For toasting, use just the broiling function
and watch the oven all the time. It you use a
combined function to toast bread it will catch
fire in a very short time.
Make sure you never catch the power cables
of other electrical appliances in the hot door
of the oven. The cable insulation may melt.
Danger of short-circuiting!
- The door is not closed correctly;
- The door hinges are damaged;
- The surfaces of the contact between the
door and the oven front are damaged;
- The door window glass is damaged;
- There is frequent electrical arcing inside the
oven even though there is no metal object
inside.
The oven can only be used again after it
has been repaired by a Technical
Assistance Service technician.
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Microwave safety
This oven is exclusively for domestic use!
Use the oven only for preparing meals.
Avoid damaging the oven or other
dangerous situations by following these
instructions:
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Do not switch on the oven without the
turntable support, the turntable ring and
the respective plate being in place.
Never switch on the microwave when it is
empty. If there is no food inside there may
be an electrical overcharge and the oven
could be damaged. RISK OF DAMAGE!
For carrying out oven programming tests
put a glass of water inside the oven. The
water will absorb the microwaves and the
oven will not be damaged.
Use only dishes suitable for microwaves.
Before using dishes and containers in the
microwave, check that these are suitable
(see the section on types of dishes).
Never remove the mica cover on the
ceiling of the oven interior! This cover
stops fat and pieces of food damaging the
microwave generator.
Do not keep any inflammable object inside
the oven as it may burn if the oven is
switched on.
Do not use the oven as a pantry.
Eggs with their shells and whole boiled
eggs must not be heated in microwave
ovens because they may explode.
Do not use the oven for frying as it is
impossible to control the temperature of oil
heated by microwaves.
To avoid being burnt, always use oven
gloves for handling dishes and containers
and touching the oven.
Do not lean or sit on the open oven door.
This may damage the oven, especially in the
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hinge zone. The door can bear a maximum
weight of 8 kg (17.6lbs).
The turntable and the Broilers can bear a
maximum load of 8 kg (17.6lbs). To avoid
damaging the oven, do not exceed this load.
Cleaning:
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Warning! Your microwave oven must be
cleaned regularly. All food remains must be
removed (see section on Oven Cleaning). If
the microwave oven is not kept clean its
surface may deteriorate and this may
shorten the oven’s working life and could
even result in a dangerous situation.
The door contact surfaces (the front of the
cavity and the inside part of the doors) must
be kept very clean in order to ensure the
oven functions correctly.
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp
metal scrapers to clean the oven door glass
since they can scratch the surface, which
may result in shattering of the glass.
Do not use high pressure or steam jet
cleaning appliances.
Please follow the instructions regarding
cleaning in the section “Oven Cleaning and
Maintenance”.
Repairs:
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Warning – Microwaves! The outer
protection of the oven must not be
removed. It is dangerous for anyone not
authorized by the manufacturer to carry out
any kind of repair or maintenance work.
If the power cable is damaged it should be
substituted by the manufacturer, authorized
agents or technicians qualified for this task
in order to avoid dangerous situations.
Furthermore, special tools are required for
this task.
Repair and maintenance work, especially of
current carrying parts, can only be carried
out by technicians authorized by the
manufacturer.
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The advantages of microwaves
In conventional ovens, heat radiated by
electrical elements or gas burners slowly
penetrates the food from outside to inside. On
account of this a major amount of energy is
wasted heating the air, the oven components
and the food containers.
In a microwave oven, heat is generated by the
food itself and the heat travels from inside to
outside. No heat is lost to the air, the walls of
the oven cavity or the dishes and containers
(if these are suitable for use in microwave
oven), in other words, only the food is heated.
Microwave ovens
advantages:
have
the
following
1. Shorter cooking times; in general these are
up to 3/4 less than the time required for
conventional cooking.
2. Ultra-fast food defrosting, thus reducing the
danger of bacterial development.
3. Energy savings.
4. Conservation of the nutritional value of foods
due to the shorter cooking times.
5. Easy to clean.
Why food heats up
Most foods contain water and water molecules
vibrate when subjected to microwaves.
The friction between molecules produces heat
which raises the temperature of the food,
defrosting it, cooking it or keeping it hot.
Since the heat arises inside the food:
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This can be cooked with little or no liquid or
fats/oils;
Defrosting, heating or cooking in a
microwave oven is quicker than in a
conventional oven;
The vitamins, minerals and nutritional
substances in the food are conserved;
The natural color and aroma of the food are
unchanged.
Microwaves pass through china, glass,
cardboard or plastic but do not go through
metal. For this reason, metal containers or
ones with metal parts must not be used in a
microwave oven.
Microwaves are reflected by metal...
How a microwave oven works
In a microwave oven there is a high tension
valve called a magnetron which converts
electrical energy into microwave energy.
These electromagnetic waves are channeled
to the interior of the oven through a wave
guide and distributed by a metallic spreader or
through a turntable.
Inside the oven the microwaves propagate in
all directions and are reflected by the metal
walls, uniformly penetrating the food.
... but go through glass and china...
... and are absorbed by foods.
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Description of your oven
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1. – Control Panel
2. – Door window glass
3. – Lateral supports
4. – Catches
5. – Hot Air output
6. – Turntable Support
7. – Turntable ring
8. – Turntable plate
9. – Rectangular Glass Tray
10. – Rectangular Rack
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1000
300
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4a
1. – Function selection keys
2. – “+” and “–“ keys
3. – Oven Temperature selection key
3a.- Oven Temperature indication light
4. – Power/Weight selection key
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4a.-Power/Weight indication lights
5. – Clock/ Time selection key
5a.-Clock/ Time indication lights
6. – Start and Stop/ Safety blocking keys
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Description of your oven
Description of Functions
Symbol
Function
Microwave
Microwave
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Broiler
Microwave
Foods
Power Output
200 W
Slow defrosting for delicate foods; keeping food hot.
Cooking with little heat; boiling rice.
400 W
Rapid defrosting, heating baby food.
600 W
Heating and cooking food.
Cooking vegetables and food.
800 W
Cooking and heating carefully.
Heating and cooking small portions of food.
1000 W
Rapidly heating liquids.
200 W
Toasting food
400 W
Grilling poultry and meat
600 W
Cooking pies and cheese-topped dishes
Broiler
Grilling food
Microwaves
+
Hot-Air
200-600
Hot-Air
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Quick meat, fish and poultry roasting.
Baking cakes.
Roasting and baking.
Grilling meat and fish.
Broiler
+
Fan
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Defrosting
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Defrosting by time (manual)
Defrosting
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Defrosting by weight (automatic)
Auto 1
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Heating food.
Auto 2
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Cooking.
Auto 3
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Defrosting and toasting.
Grilling poultry.
Potatoes – deep-frozen, defrosting and roasting.
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Basic settings
Setting the clock
After your microwave oven is first plugged in or after a power failure, the clock display will flash to
indicate that the time shown is not correct. To set the clock, proceed as follows:
1. Press the Clock key for 3 seconds (not
necessary on first plug-in or after a power failure).
The hour numbers will start to flash.
2. Press key “-” and “+” to set the hours.
3. Press again the Clock key to set the minutes.
The minute numbers will start to flash.
4. Press key “-” and “+” to set the minutes.
5. To finish, press the Clock key again.
Displaying the Clock
To save energy, the clock is normally hidden.
If you want to see the clock, press the Clock key
briefly and the clock will be visible for 3 seconds.
Safety blocking
The oven operation can be blocked (for example, to stop it from being used by children).
1. To block the oven, press the Stop key for 3
seconds. You will hear a sound signal and the
display will show the word “SAFE”. The oven is
blocked in this state and cannot be used.
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2. To unblock the oven, press the Stop key
again for 3 seconds. You will hear a sound
signal and the display will show the time
again.
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Basic settings
Stopping the rotating plate
1. To stop the rotating plate, press the “+” key and
the “Stop” key at the same time
2. To start plate rotation again, press the “+” key
and the “Stop” key at the same again.
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Basic Functions
Microwaves
Use this function to cook and heat vegetables, potatoes, rice, fish and meat.
1. Press the Microwave function key. The function
key lights up.
5. Press key “-” and “+”, to change the function
time (e.g. 1 minute).
2. Press the Power Selection key to change the
microwave power. The respective light will start
to flash. If you do not press this key, the oven
operates at 800 W.
6. Press the START key. The oven will start to
operate
3. To change the microwave power press key “-”
and “+”.
NOTE: When 1000 W power is selected, the
operating time is limited to a maximum of 15
minutes.
4. Press the Time Selection key to change the
operating time. The correspondent light will
start to flash.
Microwave oven – Quick Start
Use this function to rapidly heat foods with high water content, such as water, coffee, tea or thin soup.
1. Press the Start key. The oven starts to operate
in the Microwave function at maximum power
for 30 seconds.
2. If you want to increase the operating time press
the Start key again. Each time you press this
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key the operating time will be increased by 30
seconds.
NOTE: When 1000 W power is selected, the
operating time is limited to a maximum of 15
minutes.
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Basic Functions
Broiler
Use this function to brown the top of food quickly.
1. Press the function key Grill. The function key
lights up.
3. Press key “-” and “+”, to change the function
time (e.g. 15 minutes).
2. Press the Time Selection key to change the
operating time. The correspondent light will
start to flash.
4. Press the Start key. The oven will start to
operate.
Microwave + Broiler
Use this function to cook lasagne, poultry, roast potatoes and toasted foods.
1. Press the function key Microwave + Grill. The
function key lights up.
2. Press the Power Selection key to change the
microwave power. The respective light will
flash. If you do not press this key, the oven
operates at 600 W.
3. To change the microwave power press key “-”
and “+”.
4. Press the Time Selection key to change the
operating time. The respective light will start to
flash.
5. Press key “-” and “+”, to change the function
time (e.g. 10 minutes).
6. Press the Start key. The oven will start to
operate.
7. In combined mode, the microwave oven power
is limited to 600 W.
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Basic Functions
Hot-Air
Use this function to bake and roast.
1. Press the function key Hot air. The function
key lights up.
2. Press the temperature key to change the
temperature. The respective light will flash. If
you do not press this key, the oven operates
at 320ºF.
3. To change the temperature press key “-” and
“+”.
4. Press the Time Selection key to change the
operating time. The respective light will start
to flash.
5. Press key “-” and “+”, to change the function
time (e.g. 20 minutes).
6. Press the Start key. The oven will start to
operate.
Microwave + Hot-Air
Use this function to rapidly bake the foods.
1. Press the function key Microwave + Hot air.
The function key lights up.
5. To change the microwave power press key “” and “+”.
2. Press the Temperature Selection key to
change the temperature. The respective light
will start to flash. If you do not press this key,
the oven operates at 320ºF.
6. Press the Time Selection key to change the
operating time. The respective light will start
to flash.
3. Press key “-” and “+”, to change the
temperature.
4. Press the Power Selection key to change
the microwave power. The respective light
will flash. If you do not press this key, the
oven operates at 400 W.
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7. Press key “-” and “+”, to change the function
time (e.g. 20 minutes).
8. Press the Start key. The oven will start to
operate,
9. In combined mode, the microwave oven
power is limited to 600 W.
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Basic Functions
Broiler + Fan
Use this function for crispy roast meat, fish, poultry or French fries.
1. Press the function key Broiler with Fan.
The function key lights up.
2. Press the Temperature key to change
the temperature. The respective light will
flash. If you do not press this key, the
oven operates at 320 ºF.
3. To change the temperature press key “-”
and “+”.
4. Press the Time Selection key to change
the operating time. The respective light
will start to flash
5. Press key “-” and “+”, to change the
function time (e.g. 20 minutes).
6. Press the Start key. The oven will start to
operate.
Defrosting by time (manual)
Use this function to defrost any type of food quickly.
1. Press the function key Defrosting by time.
The function key lights up.
2. Press the Time Selection key to change the
function time. The respective light will flash.
3. Press key “-” and “+”, to change the function
time (e.g. 10 minutes).
4. Press the Start key. The oven will start to
operate.
Note: Stir or mix the foods several times during
heating, especially when the oven emits a beep
and the display is flashing
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Basic Functions
Defrosting by weight (automatic)
Use this function to defrost meat, poultry, fish, fruit and bread quickly.
1. Press the function key Defrosting by
weight. The function key lights up.
2. Press the Food Type selection key to
change the food type. The respective lights
will flash.
3. Press key “-” and “+”, to change the program,
e.g. “Pr 01” (see following table).
5. Press key “-” and “+”, to change the weight.
6. Press the Start key. The oven will start to
operate.
7. Turn the food whenever the oven lets out a
beep, and the display flashes the word
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4. Press the Weight Selection key to define
the food weight. The respective light will
flash.
The following table shows the defrosting by weight function programs, indicating weight intervals, and
defrosting and standing times (in order to ensure the food is of a uniform temperature).
Program
Pr 01
Pr 02
Pr 03
Pr 04
Pr 05
Food
Meat
Poultry
Fish
Fruit
Bread
Weight (OZ)
4 – 80
4 – 100
4 – 80
4 – 40
4 – 60
Time (min)
2,27 – 49,08
2,38 – 66,09
2,16 – 45,21
2,56 – 29,29
2,44 – 41,06
Important Note: see “General instructions for defrosting”.
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Standing time (min)
20 – 30
20 – 30
20 – 30
10 – 20
10 – 20
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Special functions
Special Function Auto 1: Heating food
Use this function to heat various types of food.
1. Press the function key Auto 1. The function
key lights up.
4. Press the Weight Selection key to define
the food weight. The respective light will
flash.
2. Press the Food Type selection key to
change the food type. The respective lights
will flash.
5. Press key “-” and “+”, to change the weight.
6. Press the Start key. The oven will start to
operate.
3. Press key “-” and “+”, to change the program,
e.g. “A 01” (see following table).
The following table shows the Special Function Auto 1 programmes, indicating weight intervals, and
defrosting and standing times (in order to ensure the food is of a uniform temperature).
Program
Food
Weight (oz)
Time (min)
A 01
Soup
4 – 52
2,11 – 14,42
4 – 52
1,50 – 19,39
Standing time (min)
Keep covered, 1-2
min.
Keep covered, 1-2
min.
4 – 52
1,57 – 17,35
Keep covered, 1-2
min.
4 – 52
1,50 – 13,47
Keep covered, 1-2
min.
A 02
A 03
A 04
Pre-prepared dishes
dense food
Pre-prepared dishes
e.g. goulash
Vegetables
Important Notes:
 Always use dishes for use in the microwave
oven and a lid or cover to avoid loss of liquids.
 The time required to heat the food will depend
on its initial temperature. Food taken straight
from the fridge will take longer to heat up than
food that is at room temperature.
 After heating, stir the food or shake the
container and then leave the food to stand for
some time to allow the temperature to become
uniform throughout the food.
Warning! After heating the container may be very
hot. Although microwaves do not heat up most
containers, these may heat up through heat
transmission from food.
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Special functions
Special Function Auto 2: Cooking
Use this function to cook fresh food.
1. Press the function key Auto 2. The function
key lights up.
4. Press the Weight Selection key to define
the food weight. The respective light will
flash.
2. Press the Food Type selection key to
change the food type. The respective lights
will flash.
5. Press key “-” and “+”, to change the weight.
6. Press the Start key. The oven will start to
operate.
3. Press key “-” and “+”, to change the program,
e.g. “b 01” (see following table).
The following table shows the Special Function Auto 2 programmes, indicating weight intervals, and
defrosting and standing times (in order to ensure the food is of a uniform temperature).
Program
b 01
b 02
Food
Potatoes
Vegetables
Weight (OZ)
8 – 52
8 – 52
Time (min)
4,26 – 24,45
4,22 – 21,34
b 03
Rice
8 – 20
13,37 – 21,33
b 04
Fish
8 – 36
4,18 – 13,16
Note
Keep covered
Keep covered
One part rice, two
parts water, keep
covered
Keep covered
Important Notes:
Preparation instructions:
 Always use dishes for use in the microwave
oven and a lid or cover to avoid loss of liquids.
 Fish pieces – Add 1 to 3 soup spoons of water
or lemon juice.
 Rice – Add water equivalent to twice times the
quantity of rice.
 Unpeeled potatoes – Use potatoes of the same
size. Wash them and prick the skin several
times. Add 1 to 3 soup spoons of water.
 Peeled potatoes and Fresh vegetables– Cut
into pieces of the same size. Add a soup spoon
of water for every 100 g of vegetables, and salt
to taste.
Warning! After heating, the container may be
very hot. Although microwaves do not heat up
most containers, these may heat up through
heat transmission from food.
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Special functions
Special Function Auto 3: Defrosting & Toasting
Use this function to defrost and toast various types of food.
1. Press the function key Auto 3. The function
key lights up.
2. Press the Food Type selection key to
change the food type. The respective lights
will flash.
3. Press key “-” and “+”, to change the program,
e.g. “C 01” (see following table).
4. Press the Weight Selection key to define
the food weight. The respective light will
flash.
5. Press key “-” and “+”, to change the weight.
6. Press the Start key. The oven will start to
operate.
The following table shows the Special Function Auto 3 programmes, indicating weight intervals, and
defrosting and standing times (in order to ensure the food is of a uniform temperature).
Program
C 01
C 02
C 03
Food
Pizza
Deep frozen food
Potato dishes, frozen
Weight (OZ)
12 – 20
16 – 36
8 – 16
Important Notes:
 Always use dishes that are suitable for
microwaving and heat resistant (e.g. baking
dishes). The oven produces very high
temperatures. For program C 02 always use
a lid, to prevent loss of liquids.
Warning! After heating, the container may be
very hot. Although microwaves do not heat most
containers, they can get very hot due to heat
transfer
Time (min)
8,38 – 12,16
8,32 – 14,12
10,11 – 11,59
Note
Rack
Keep covered
Glass plate
Preparation instructions:
 Frozen pizza – Use pre-cooked frozen
pizzas and pizzas-rolls.
 Deep-frozen food – Use lasagna, cannelloni,
and prawn soufflé, all frozen. Keep covered.
 Potato dishes, frozen – Chips, potato
croquettes and fried potatoes must be
suitable for preparation in the oven.
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EN
When the oven is working...
Interrupting a cooking cycle
Cancelling a cooking cycle
You can stop the cooking process at any time by
pressing the Stop key once or by opening the
oven door.
If you wish to cancel the cooking process, press the
Stop key twice.
In both cases:
 Microwave
emission
is
stopped
immediately.
 The grill is de-activated but is still very hot.
Danger of burning!
 The timer stops and the display shows the
remaining amount of operating time.
If you wish, at this time you can:
1. Turn or stir the food to ensure it will be
evenly cooked.
2. Change the process parameters.
3. Cancel the process by pressing the Stop
key.
To restart the process, close the door and press
the Start key
Altering parameters
The operating parameters (time, weight, power,
etc.) can be altered when the cooking process
has been interrupted by proceeding as follows:
1. To alter the time, press key “-” and “+”. The
new time defined is immediately valid.
2. To alter the power, press the Power
Selection key. The display and respective
light start to flash. Alter the parameter by
pressing the “-” and “+” keys and confirm
by pressing the Power Selection key again.
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You will then hear a beep and the blinking dots “:”
will appear on the display.
End of a cooking cycle
At the end of the process you will hear three beeps
and the display will show the word “End”.
The beeps are repeated every 30 seconds until the
door is opened or the Stop key is pressed.
EN
Defrosting
The table below shows different defrosting
and standing times (in order to ensure the
food temperature is evenly distributed) for
Food
Portions of meat,
veal, beef, pork
Goulash
Ground meat
Sausages
Poultry (portions)
Chicken
Poularde
Fish fillet
Trout
Prawns
Fruit
Bread
Butter
Cream cheese
Creams
different types and weights of food, plus
recommendations.
Weight (oz.)
Defrosting time (min)
3.5
7
18
35
53
71
18
35
3.5
18
7
18
9
35
88
7
9
3.5
18
7
11
18
7
18
28
9
9
9
2-3
4-5
10-12
21-23
32-34
43-45
8 -10
17-19
2-4
10-14
4-6
9-12
5-6
20-24
38-42
4-5
5-6
2-3
8-11
4-5
8-9
11-14
4-5
10-12
15-17
8-10
6-8
7-8
Standing time
(min)
5-10
5-10
10-15
20-30
20-30
25-35
10-15
20-30
10-15
20-30
10-15
15-20
5-10
20-30
25-35
5-10
5-10
5-10
15-20
5-10
5-10
10-20
5-10
10-15
10-20
10-15
10-15
10-15
Recommendation
Turn once
Turn once
Turn twice
Turn twice
Turn twice
Turn three times
Turn twice
Turn three times
Turn twice
Turn three times
Turn once
Turn twice
Turn once
Turn twice
Turn three times
Turn once
Turn once
Turn once
Turn twice
Turn once
Turn once
Turn twice
Turn once
Turn once
Turn twice
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EN
Defrosting
General instructions for defrosting
1. When defrosting, use only dishes that are
appropriate for microwaves (china, glass,
suitable plastic).
2. The defrost function by weight and the tables
refer to the defrosting of raw food.
3. The defrosting time depends on the quantity
and thickness of the food. When freezing
food keep the defrosting process in mind.
Distribute the food evenly in the container.
4. Distribute the food as best as possible inside
the oven. The thickest parts of fish or
chicken drumsticks should be turned towards
the outside. You can protect the most
delicate parts of food with pieces of
aluminum foil. Important: The aluminum foil
must not come into contact with the oven
cavity interior as this can cause electrical
arcing.
5. Thick portions of food should be turned
several times.
6. Distribute the frozen food as evenly as
possible since narrow and thin portions
defrost more quickly than the thicker and
broader parts.
7. Fat-rich foods such as butter, cream cheese
and cream should not be completely
defrosted. If they are kept at room
temperature they will be ready to be served
in a few minutes. With ultra-frozen cream, if
you find small pieces of ice in it, you should
mix these in before serving.
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8. Place poultry on an upturned plate so that the
meat juices can run off more easily.
9. Bread should be wrapped in a napkin so that
it does not become too dry.
10. Turn the food at regular intervals and when
the oven displays
.
11. Remove frozen food from its wrapping and do
not forget to take off any metal twist-tags. For
containers that are used to keep frozen food
in the freezer and which can also be used for
heating and cooking, all you need to do is
take off the lid. For all other cases you should
put the food into containers that are suitable
for microwave use.
12. The liquid resulting from defrosting, principally
that from poultry should be discarded. In no
event should such liquids be allowed to come
into contact with other foods.
13. Do not forget that by using the defrosting
function you need to allow for standing time
until the food is completely defrosted.
EN
Cooking with a Microwave oven
Warning! Read the section “Microwave
Safety”
before
cooking
with
your
microwave.
Follow these recommendations when cooking
with your microwave:









Before heating or cooking foods with peel or
skin (e.g. apples, tomatoes, potatoes,
sausages) prick them so that they do not
burst. Cut the food up before starting to
prepare it.
Before using a container or dish make sure
that it is suitable for microwave use (see the
section on types of ovenware).
When cooking food with very little moisture
(e.g. defrosting bread, making popcorn,
etc.) evaporation is very quick. The oven
then works as if it was empty and the food
may burn. The oven and the container may
be damaged in such a situation. You should
therefore set just the cooking time necessary
and you must keep a close eye on the
cooking process.
It is not possible to heat large quantities of
oil (frying) in the microwave.
Remove pre-cooked food from the
containers they come in since these are not
always heat resistant. Follow the food
manufacturer’s instructions.
If you have several containers, such as
cups, for example, set them out uniformly on
the turntable plate.
Do not close plastic bags with metal clips.
Use plastic clips instead. Prick the bags
several times so that the steam can escape
easily.
When heating or cooking foods, check that
they reach at least a temperature of 158°F.
During cooking, steam may form on the
oven door window and may start to drip.
This situation is normal and may be more
noticeable if the room temperature is low.
The oven’s safe working is not affected by
this. After you have finished cooking, clean
up the water coming from the condensation

When heating liquids, use containers with
a wide opening, so that the steam can
evaporate easily.
Prepare the foods as per the instructions and
keep in mind the cooking times and power
levels indicated in the tables.
Keep in mind that the figures given are only
indicative and can vary depending on the
initial state, temperature, moisture and type of
food. It is advisable to adjust the times and
power levels to each situation. Depending on
the exact characteristics of the food you may
need to increase or shorten the cooking times
or increase or decrease the power levels.
Cooking with microwaves rules
1. The greater the amount of food, the longer
the cooking time. Keep in mind that:


Double the quantity » double the time
Half the quantity » half the time
2. The lower the temperature, the longer the
cooking time.
3. Foods containing a lot of liquid heat up
more quickly.
4. Cooking will be more uniform if the food is
evenly distributed on the turntable. If you put
dense foods on the outside part of the plate
and less dense ones on the center of the
plate, you can heat up different types of food
simultaneously.
5. You can open the oven door at any time.
When you do this the oven switches off
automatically. The microwave will only start
working again when you close the door and
press the start key.
6. Foods that are covered require less cooking
time and retain their characteristics better.
The lids used must let microwaves pass
through and have small holes that allow steam
to escape.
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EN
Cooking with a microwave oven
Tables and suggestions – Cooking vegetables
Cauliflower
Broccoli
Mushrooms
17-18
10-11
8-9
Addition of
liquids
(tablespoons)
7
4
2
Peas & carrots
10-11
7
800
7-9
Frozen carrots
8-9
2
800
8-10
Potatoes
8-9
2
800
5-7
Paprika
Leek
8-9
8-9
2
4
800
800
5-7
5-7
10-11
4
800
6-8
8-9
2
800
8-10
Food
Frozen Brussels
sprouts
Sauerkraut
Quantity
(oz.)
Power
(Watt)
Time
(min.)
800
800
800
9-11
6-8
6-8
Standing
Time
Instructions
(min.)
2-3
Cut into slices.
2-3
Keep covered
2-3
Turn once
Cut into chunks
2-3
or slices. Keep
covered
2-3
Turn once
Peel and cut into
equal sized
pieces. Keep
2-3
covered
Turn once
Cut into chunks
2-3
or slices Keep
covered
2-3
Turn once
Keep covered
2-3
Turn once
Keep covered
2-3
Turn once
Tables and suggestions – Cooking fish
Standing
Time (min.)
Time
(min.)
Quantity
(oz.)
Power
(Watt)
Fish fillets
17-18
600
10-12
3
Whole fish
28-29
800
400
2-3
7-9
2-3
Food
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Instructions
Cook covered over. Turn
after half of cooking time.
Cook covered over. Turn
after half of cooking time.
You may wish to cover up
the small edges of the fish.
EN
Cooking with the Broiler
For good results with the Broiler, use the grid
iron supplied with the oven.
Fit the grid iron in such a way that it
doesn’t come into contact with the metal
surfaces of the oven cavity since if it does
there is a danger of electric arcing which
may damage the oven.
IMPORTANT POINTS:
1. When the microwave Broiler is used for the
first time there will be some smoke and a
smell coming from the oils used during oven
manufacture.
2. The oven door window becomes very hot
when the Broiler is working. Keep children
away.
3. When the Broiler is operating, the cavity
walls and the grid iron become very hot. You
should use oven gloves.
4. If the Broiler is used for extended period of
time it is normal to find that the elements will
switch themselves off temporarily due to the
safety thermostat.
5. Important! When food is to be broiled or
cooked in containers you must check that
the container in question is suitable for
microwave use. See the section on types of
ovenware!
6. When the Broiler is used it is possible that
some splashes of fat may go onto the
elements and be burnt. This is a normal
situation and does not mean there is any
kind of operating fault.
7. After you have finished cooking, clean the
interior and the accessories so that cooking
remains do not become encrusted.
Tables and suggestions – Broiler without microwave
Type
Fish
Bass
Sardines/gurnard
Meat
Sausages
Frozen hamburgers
Spare rib (approx. 1’’ thick)
Others
Toast
Toasted sandwiches
Quantity (oz)
Time (min.)
Instructions
28
6-8 fish.
18-24
15-20
Spread lightly with butter. After half of
cooking time turn and spread with
seasoning.
6-8 units
3 units
14
22-26
18-20
25-30
Halfway through, pierce and turn over.
Turn over 2 or 3x
Baste with oil, turn over halfway through
4 units
1½-3
2 units
5-10
Keep an eye on the toasting process, turn
over
Keep an eye on the toasting process.
Heat up the Broiler beforehand for 2 minutes.
Unless indicated
otherwise, use
the
rectangular rack. Place the rack on the
rectangular glass tray so that the water and
the fat can drip off.
The times shown are merely indicative and
can vary as a function of the composition and
quantity of the food, as well as the final
condition wished for. Fish and meat taste
great if, before broiling, you brush them with
vegetable oil, spices and herbs and leave to
marinate for a few hours. Only add salt after
broiling.
Sausages will not burst if you prick them with
a fork before broiling.
After half the broiling time has passed, check
on how the cooking is going and, if necessary,
turn the food over.
The Broiler is especially suitable for cooking
thin portions of meat and fish. Thin portions of
meat only need to be turned once, but thicker
portions should be turned several times.
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EN
Cooking with the Broiler
Tables and suggestions – Microwave + Broiler
The microwave + Broiler function is ideal for cooking quickly and, at the same time, browning foods.
Furthermore, you can also broil and cook cheese covered food.
The microwave and the Broiler work simultaneously. The microwave cooks and the Broiler toasts.
Food
Cheese topped pasta
Cheese topped
potatoes
Lasagna
2 fresh chicken legs
(grilled)
Chicken
Cheese topped onion
soup
Quantity (oz.)
Dish
17
Low dish
Power
(Watt)
400
12-17
Standing
time (min.)
3-5
28
Low dish
600
20-22
3-5
approx. 28
Low dish
600
15-20
3-5
7 each
Low dish
400
10-15
3-5
approx. 35
Low and wide dish
400
35-40
3-5
2 x 7 oz. cups
Soup bowls
400
2-4
3-5
Before using a dish in the microwave oven make
sure that it is suitable for microwave use. Only use
dishes or containers that are suitable for
microwave use.
The dish to be used in the combined function
must be suitable for microwave and Broiler use.
See the section on types of ovenware!
Keep in mind that the figures given are merely
indicative and can vary as a function of the initial
state, temperature, moisture and type of food.
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Time (min.)
If the time is not enough to brown the food well,
put it under the Broiler for another 5 or 10
minutes.
Please follow the standing times and don’t forget
to turn the meat pieces.
Unless indicated to the contrary, use the turntable
plate for cooking.
The values given in the tables are valid when the
oven cavity is cold (it is not necessary to pre-heat
the oven).
EN
Roasting and baking
Table and advice – Preparing meat and cake
Microwave / Convection
Food
Roast beef
Pork loin / Cutlet
or bones
Pork roast
Quantity
(oz.)
Power
(W)
Temperature
Time
(Min.)
Standing
time
(min.)
on
400
392ºF
30-40
20
Do not put
container
Turn once
lid
35-53
lid
on
20
Do not put
container
Turn once
28-36
200
356ºF-374ºF
50-60
Whole chicken
35-43
400
392ºF
30-40
10
Half chicken
17-35
400
392ºF
25-35
10
Roast loin of
veal
53-71
200
356ºF
60-65
20
200
392ºF
80-90
20
Roast Beef
53-64
Instructions
Do not put lid on
container. Turn the
chicken chest down.
Turn once.
Do not put lid on
container. Turn the
pieces with skin down.
Turn once.
Do not put lid on
container. Turn once or
twice. After turning
keep it without lid
Do not put lid on
container. Turn once or
twice
Microwave / Baking
Pastry
Power
(W)
Temperature
Time
(Min.)
Standing
time (min.)
Chocolate– cherry pie
200
392ºF
30
5-10
Cheesecake with fruit
400
356ºF
40-45
5-10
Apple pie
200
365ºF
40-45
5-10
Cheese cake with
streusel
400
356ºF
40-50
5-10
Nuts cake
200
338ºF
30-35
5-10
Instructions
Turntable, small
Broiler,
Springform, Ø 11’’
Turntable, small
Broiler,
Springform, Ø 11’’
Turntable, small
Broiler,
Springform, Ø 11’’
Turntable, small
Broiler,
Springform, Ø 10’’
Turntable,
Cake tin
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EN
Roasting and baking
Advice to roast - bake
Advice on ovenware
Turn the pieces of meat halfway through the
cooking time. When the roasted meat is ready
you should let it stand for 20 minutes in the
oven with this switched off and closed. This
will ensure the juices in the meat are well
distributed.
Check that the ovenware fits inside the oven.
The roasting temperature and time required
depends on the type and amount of meat
being cooked.
If the weight of the meat to be roasted does
not appear on the table choose the settings
for the weight immediately below and extend
the cooking times.
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Hot glass containers should be put on a dry
kitchen cloth. If such containers are put on a
cold or wet surface the glass may crack and
break. Use oven gloves to take the ovenware
out of the oven.
EN
Baking
Table and advice – Baking/ Convection
Type
Walnut cake
Fruit tart
Container
Spring-form type tin
Spring-form type tin Ø
11’’
Ring cake
Spring-form type tin
Spicy cakes and
breads
Spring-form type tin
Sponge cake
Spring-form type tin Ø
10’’
Jelly roll
Cherry pie
Glass griddle
Glass griddle
Level
Turntable
Turntable,
small round
grille
Turntable
Turntable,
small round
grille
Turntable,
small round
grille
1
1
Temperature Time (min.)
320 ºF
30/35
320 ºF
35/45
320ºF
30/45
374ºF–392ºF
50/70
320ºF
40/45
392ºF
356ºF-374ºF
35/45
35/45
Advice on cake baking ware
If the cake is very dry
The most commonly used type of baking ware
is black metal tins. If you are also going to use
the microwave, use glass, ceramic or plastic
baking ware. These must be able to withstand
temperatures up to 482ºF. If you use these
types of baking ware the cakes are not
browned as much.
Make small holes in the cake with a tooth pick
after baking has finished. Then sprinkle the
cake with some fruit juice or alcoholic drink.
Next time increase the temperature by about
50ºF and reduce the baking time.
Advice on how to bake cakes
Different amounts and types of pastry require
different temperatures and baking times. Try
low settings first of all and then, if necessary,
use higher temperatures next time. A lower
temperature will result in more uniform baking.
Always put the cake tray in the center of the
turntable.
Baking suggestions
How to check if the cake is properly
cooked
Start sticking a tooth pick in the highest part of
the cake 10 minutes before the end of the
baking time. When no dough sticks to the
tooth pick the cake is ready.
If the cake is very dark on the outside:
Next time choose a lower temperature and let
the cake bake for a longer time.
If the cake does not come free when turned
Let the cake cool down for 5 to 10 minutes
after baking and it will come out of the tin
more easily. If the cake still does not come
free run a knife carefully around the edges.
Next time grease the cake tin well.
Advice on saving energy
When you are making more than one cake, it
is advisable to bake them in the oven one
after the other when the oven is still hot. This
lets you reduce the baking time for the second
and later cakes.
It is preferable to use dark colored baking
ware - painted or enameled black – since
such baking tins absorb heat better.
When dealing with long baking times, you can
switch the oven off 10 minutes before the end
of the time and make use of the residual heat
to complete the baking.
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EN
What kind of ovenware can be used?
Microwave function

For the microwave function, keep in mind that
microwaves are reflected by metal surfaces.
Glass, china, clay, plastic, and paper let
microwaves pass.

For this reason, metal pans and dishes or
containers with metal parts or decorations
cannot be used in the microwave. Glass
ware and clay with metallic decoration or
content (e.g. lead crystal) cannot be used in
microwave ovens.

The ideal materials for use in microwave
ovens are glass, refractory china or clay, or
heat resistant plastic. Very thin, fragile glass
or china should only be used for short period
of times (e.g. heating).
Hot food transmits heat to the dishes which
can become very hot. You should, therefore,
always use an oven glove!
How to test ovenware you want to use
Put the item you want to use in the oven for
20 seconds at maximum microwave power.
After that time, if it is cold and just slightly
warm, it is suitable to use. However, if it
heats up a lot or causes electric arcing it is
not suitable for microwave use.
Broiler and Convection function
In the case of the Broiler function, the
ovenware must be resistant to temperature of
at least 572°F. Plastic dishes are not suitable
for use in the Broiler.
Combined functions
In the combined function, the ovenware must
be suitable for use in conventional heating
functions (microwave and grill).
Aluminum containers and foil
Pre-cooked food in aluminum containers or in
aluminum foil can be put in the microwave if
the following aspects are respected:
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


Keep
in
mind
the
manufacturer’s
recommendations written on the packaging.
The aluminum containers cannot be more
than 3 cm high or come in contact with the
cavity walls (minimum distance 3 cm).
Any aluminum lid or top must be removed.
Put the aluminum container directly on top
of the turntable plate. If you use the grid
iron, put the container on a china plate.
Never put the container directly on the grid
iron!
The cooking time is longer because the
microwaves only enter the food from the
top. If you have any doubts, it is best to use
only dishes suitable for microwave use.
Aluminum foil can be used to reflect
microwaves during the defrosting process.
Delicate food, such as poultry or minced
meat, can be protected from excessive heat
by
covering
the
respective
extremities/edges.
Important: aluminum foil cannot come into
contact with the cavity walls since this may
cause electrical arcing.
Lids
We recommend you use glass or plastic lids
since:
1. This will stop excessive evaporation (mainly
during very long cooking times);
2. The cooking times are shorter;
3. The food does not become dry;
4. The aroma is preserved.
The lid should have holes or openings so that
no pressure develops. Plastic bags must also
be opened. Baby feeding bottles or jars with
baby food and similar containers can only be
heated without their tops / lids otherwise they
can burst.
EN
What kind of ovenware can be used?
Table of Ovenware
The table below gives you a general idea of what type of ovenware is suitable for each situation.
Microwave
Operating
mode
Type of
ovenware
Glass and china 1)
Home use, not flame resistant,
can be used in dish washer
Glazed china
Flame resistant glass and china
China, stone ware 2)
Unglazed or glazed without
metallic decorations
Clay dishes 2)
Glazed
Unglazed
Plastic dishes 2)
Heat resistant to 212°F
Heat resistant to 482°F
Plastic films 3)
Plastic film for food
Cellophane
Paper, cardboard, parchment 4)
Metal
Aluminum foil
Aluminum wrappings 5)
Accessories
Cooking
Broiler /
Convection
Combined
functions
yes
yes
no
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
no
yes
no
yes
no
no
no
no
no
yes
yes
no
yes
no
no
no
no
no
yes
yes
no
yes
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
yes
no
yes
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
yes
yes
Defrosting /
heating
1. Without any gold or silver leaf edging; no
lead crystal.
2. Keep the manufacturer’s instructions in
mind!
4. Do not use paper plates.
5. Only shallow aluminum containers without
lids/tops. The aluminum cannot come into
contact with the cavity walls.
3. Do not use metal clips for closing bags.
Make holes in the bags. Use the films only to
cover the food.
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EN
Oven Cleaning and Maintenance
Cleaning is the only maintenance normally
required.
Warning! Your microwave oven should be
cleaned regularly, with all food remains being
removed. If the microwave is not kept clean its
surfaces may deteriorate, reducing the
oven’s working life and possibly resulting
in a dangerous situation.
Warning! Cleaning should be done with the
oven power switched off. Take the plug out
of the socket or switch off the oven’s
power circuit.
Do not use aggressive or abrasive
cleaning products, scourers that scratch
surfaces or sharp objects, since stains
may appear.
Do not use high pressure or steam jet
cleaning appliances.
The door contact surfaces (the front of the
cavity and the inside part of the doors) must
be kept very clean in order to ensure the oven
functions correctly.
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp
metal scrapers to clean the oven door glass
since they can scratch the surface, which
may result in shattering of the glass.
Front surface
Normally you just need to clean the oven with
a damp cloth. If it is very dirty, add a few
drops of dishwashing liquid to the cleaning
water. Afterwards, wipe the oven with a dry
cloth.
Immediately remove lime, fat, starch or egg
white stains. Corrosion can occur under these
stains.
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Do not let any water get inside the oven.
Oven interior
After each time the oven is used, clean the
inside walls with a damp cloth since this is the
easiest way to remove splashes or spots of
food that may have stuck to the inside.
To remove dirt that is harder to shift, use a
non-aggressive cleaning product. Do not use
oven sprays or other aggressive or
abrasive cleaning products.
Always keep the door and the oven front
very clean to ensure that the door opens
and closes properly.
Make sure water does not
microwave ventilation holes.
enter
the
Regularly take out the turntable plate and the
respective support and clean the cavity base,
especially after any liquid spillage.
Do not switch on the oven without the
turntable and the respective support being
in place.
If the oven cavity is very dirty, put a glass of
water on the turntable and switch on the
microwave oven for 2 or 3 minutes at
maximum power. The steam released will
soften the dirt which can then be cleaned
easily using a soft cloth.
Unpleasant odors (e.g. after cooking fish) can
be eliminated easily. Put a few drops of lemon
juice in a cup with water. Put a spoonful of
coffee in the cup to avoid the water boiling
over. Heat the water for 2 to 3 minutes at
maximum microwave power.
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Oven Cleaning and Maintenance
Oven ceiling
If the oven ceiling is dirty, the Broiler can be
lowered to make cleaning easier.
To avoid the danger of burning, wait until
the Broiler is cold before lowering it.
Proceed as follows:
1. Turn the Broiler support by 90º (1).
2. Lower the Broiler gently (2). Do not use
excessive force as this may cause
damage.
3. After cleaning the ceiling, put the Broiler (2)
back in its place, carrying out the previous
operation.
IMPORTANT WARNING: The Broiler heating
element support (1) may fall when it is rotated.
If this happens, insert the Broiler heating
element support (1) into the slot in the ceiling
of the cavity and rotate it 90º to the Broiler
heating element support (2) position.
The mica cover (3) located in the ceiling
must always be kept clean. Any food
remains that collect on the mica cover can
cause damage or provoke sparks.
Do not use abrasive cleaning products or
sharp objects.
To avoid any risk, do not remove the mica
cover.
The glass lamp cover (4) is located on the
oven ceiling and can be removed easily for
cleaning. For this you just need to unscrew it
and clean it with water and dishwashing liquid.
Accessories
Clean the accessories after each use. If they
are very dirty, soak them first of all and then
use a brush and sponge. The accessories can
be washed in a dish washing machine.
Make sure that the turntable plate and the
respective support are always clean. Do not
switch on the oven unless the turntable and
the respective support are in place.
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What should I do if the oven doesn’t work?
WARNING! Any type of repair must only be
done by a specialized technician. Any repair
done by a person not authorized by the
manufacturer is dangerous.
You do not need to contact Technical Assistance
to resolve the following questions:
 The display is not showing! Check if:
- The time indication has been switched off
(see section on Basic Settings).
 Nothing happens when I press the keys!
Check if:
- The Safety Block is active (see section on
Basic Settings).
 The oven does not work! Check if:
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I hear some noises after the cooking
process is finished! This is not a problem.
The cooling fan keeps on working for some
time. When the temperature has dropped
sufficiently, the fan will switch itself off.
TV/radio interference might be noticed
while using the microwave, similar to the
interference caused by other small
appliances. This is not a problem with the
Microwave. Move the radio or TV as far
away from the microwave as possible, or
check the position of the TV/radio antenna.
The oven switches on but the interior
light does not go on! If all the functions
work properly it is probable that the lamp
has blown. You can keep on using the oven
- The plug is correctly fitted in the socket.
Substitution of light bulb
- The oven’s power is switched on.
To substitute the light bulb, proceed as follows:
- The door is completely closed. The door
should close with an audible click.
- There are any foreign bodies between the
door and the cavity front.
 When the oven is operating I can hear some
strange noises! Check if:
- There is any electrical arcing inside the oven
caused by foreign metallic objects (see
section on type of ovenware).
- The ovenware is touching the oven walls.
- There are any loose items of cutlery or
cooking tools inside the oven.
 The food doesn’t heat up or heats very
slowly! Check if:
- You have
ovenware.
inadvertently
used
metal
- You have selected the correct operating
times and power level.
- The food you have put inside the oven is a
larger amount or colder than you usually put
in.
 The food is too hot, dried out or burnt!
Check if you selected the correct operating
time and power level.
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- Disconnect the oven from the power supply.
Take the plug out of the socket or switch off
the oven’s power circuit.
- Unscrew and remove the glass light cover
(1).
- Remove the halogen light bulb (2). Warning!
The bulb may be very hot.
- Fit a new G4/12V/10-20W halogen bulb.
Warning! Do not touch the light bulb
surface directly with your fingers
because you may damage the bulb.
Follow the lamp manufacturer’s instructions.
- Screw the glass light cover into place (1).
- Connect the oven again to the power supply.
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Technical characteristics
Specifications
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AC Voltage ................................................................................
Power required ..........................................................................
Broiler power. ............................................................................
Convection power .....................................................................
Microwave output power. ..........................................................
Microwave frequency….............................................................
Exterior dimensions (WHD). ..................................................
Interior dimensions (WHD). ...................................................
Oven capacity. ..........................................................................
Weight .......................................................................................
(see characteristics plate)
3400 W
1500 W
1600W
1000 W
2450 MHz
23½’’  18’’  21½’’ in approx.
16½’’  8¼’’  15½’’ in approx.
1,34 ft3
77 lbs
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Installation instructions
Before installation
Electrical supply
Check that the input voltage indicated on
the rating plate is the same as the voltage of
the power outlet you are going to use.
Before installing the oven have a qualified
electrician verify that your home is provided
with adequate electrical service and that the
addition of the oven will not overload the
branch circuit on which it is to be installed.
If required by the National Electrical Code (or
Canadian Electrical Code), this appliance
must be installed on a separate branch circuit.
Installer – show the owner the location of the
circuit breaker or fuse. Mark it for easy
reference.
A separate three-wire or four-wire single
phase, 240 Volt, 60 Hz, branch circuit is
required for the oven.
Before installing, turn power OFF at the
service panel. Lock service panel to prevent
power from being turned ON accidentally.
For hook-up of the oven you will need to have
an approved junction box installed where it will
be easily reached through the front of the
cabinet where the oven will be located. The
oven has 3 feet of conduit.
Be sure your appliance is properly installed
and grounded by a qualified technician.
Installation,
electrical
connections
and
grounding must comply with all applicable
codes.
Allow two to three feet of slack in the line so
that the oven can be moved if servicing is ever
necessary.
Open the oven door and take out all the
accessories and remove the packing
material.
Do not remove the mica cover on the ceiling
of the interior! This cover stops fat and pieces
of food damaging the microwave generator.
Warning! The front surface of the oven may
be wrapped with a protective film. Before
using the oven for the first time, carefully
remove this film, starting on the inside.
Make sure that the oven is not damaged in
any way. Check that the oven door closes
correctly and that the interior of the door and
the front of the oven opening are not
damaged. If you find any damage contact the
Technical Assistance Service.
DO NOT USE THE OVEN if the metal conduit
is damaged, if the oven does not function
correctly or if it has been damaged or
dropped. Contact the Technical Assistance
Service.
Place the oven on a flat and stable surface.
The oven must not be put close to any
sources of heat, radios or televisions.
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DO NOT shorten the flexible conduit.
Wiring requirements
When making the wire connections, use the
entire length of the conduit provided (3 feet).
The conduit must not be cut.
Before making connections make sure the
power is off and read and observe the
following:
1. A separate three-wire or four-wire, single
phase, 240 Volt, 60 Hz branch circuit is
required for the oven.
2. The oven must be connected with Copper or
Aluminum wire.
3. In the United States:
Wiring must conform to the National
Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 7 latest
edition. You can obtain a copy of the
National Electrical Code by writing to:
National
Fire
Protection
Association
Batterymarch Park Quincy, MA 02269.
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Installation instructions
In Canada:
Wiring must conform to Cana dian Electrical
Code C22.1- latest edition. You can obtain a
copy of the Canadian Electrical Code by
writing to: Canadian Standards Association
178 Rexdale Boulevard Rexdale (Toronto),
Ontario, Canada M9W 1R3
4. Wire size (Copper or Aluminum wire) and
connections must be suitable for the rating of
the appliance as per the National Electrical
Code requirements. The flexible armoured
cable extending from the oven should be
connected directly to the junction box.
5. The junction box should be located so as to
allow as much slack as possible between the
junction box and the oven so it can be
moved if servicing is ever required.
6. A U.L. listed conduit connector must be
provided at each end of the power supply
cable.
Electrical connections
conductor. For installations where grounding
through the neutral conductor is prohibited:
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Disconnect the ground from the neutral at
free end of conduit;
Use grounding terminal or lead to ground
unit; and
Connect neutral terminal or lead to branch
circuit neutral in usual manner.
3-Wire branch circuit (for US only)
Refer to the following Figure, where local
codes allow the connection of GROUND wire
from the oven to the branch circuit NEUTRAL
wire (gray or white colored wire):
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If local codes permit, connect the green
GROUND wire from the oven and the white
wire from the oven to the branch circuit
NEUTRAL wire (gray or white colored wire).
Connect the red and black leads from the
oven to the corresponding leads in the
junction box.
Be sure your appliance is properly
installed and grounded by a qualified
technician. Ask your dealer to recommend
a qualified technician or an authorized
repair service.
This appliance is manufactured with a green
GROUND wire connected to the oven chassis.
After making sure that the power has been
turned off, connect the flexible conduit from
the oven to the junction box using a U.L. listed
conduit connector. The figures and the
instructions provided below present the most
common way of connecting the ovens.
Your local codes and ordinances, of course,
take precedence over these instructions.
WARNING” Risk of Electric Shock, frame
grounded to neutral of appliance through a
link.
Grounding through the neutral conductor is
prohibited for new branch-circuit installations
(1996 NEC); mobile homes; and recreational
vehicles, or in an area where local codes
prohibit grounding through the neutral
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Installation instructions
4-Wire branch circuit (for US and
CANADA)
Refer to the following Figure:
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Disconnect ground from neutral at free end
of conduit.
Connect the green GROUND wire from the
oven to the GROUND wire in the junction
box (bare or green colored wire).
Connect the red and black leads from the
oven to the corresponding leads in the
junction box.
After installation
The oven only functions when the door is
closed correctly.
After the first use, clean the inside of the oven
and the accessories, following the cleaning
instructions given in the section “Oven
cleaning and maintenance”.
Fit the Turntable support in the center of the
oven cavity and put the Turntable ring and the
Turntable plate on top, making sure they slot
in. Whenever you use the microwave, the
turntable plate and the respective accessories
must be inside and correctly fitted. The
turntable plate can rotate in both directions.
Installation dimensions
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 Push oven completely into the cabinet
and center it.
 Open microwave door and fasten the
appliance to the cabinet using the four
screws provided. Insert the screws
through the front holes.
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Limited Warranty
ONE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Within the 48 contiguous United States, for one year from the date of purchase, when this
appliance is operated and maintained according to instructions attached to or furnished with the
product, warrantor will pay for factory-specified parts and repair labor to correct defects in
materials or workmanship. Service must be provided by a designated service company. Outside
the 48 states, all parts are warranted for one year from manufacturing defects. Plastic parts,
shelves and cabinets are warranted to be manufactured to commercially acceptable standards,
and are not covered from damage during handling or breakage.
ITEMS WARRANTOR WILL NOT PAY FOR:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Service calls to correct the installation of your appliance, to instruct you how to use your
appliance, to replace or repair fuses or to correct wiring or plumbing.
Service calls to repair or replace appliance light bulbs or broken shelves. Consumable parts
(such as filters) are excluded from warranty coverage.
Damage resulting from accident, alteration, misuse, abuse, fire, flood, acts of God, improper
installation, installation not in accordance with electrical or plumbing codes, or use of products
not approved by warrantor.
Replacement parts or repair labor costs for units operated outside the United States.
Repairs to parts or systems resulting from unauthorized modifications made to the appliance.
Expenses for travel and transportation for product service in remote locations.
The removal and reinstallation of your appliance if it is installed in an inaccessible location or is
not installed in accordance with published installation instructions.
DISCLAIMER OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES;
LIMITATION OF REMEDIES
CUSTOMER'S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL
BE PRODUCT REPAIR AS PROVIDED HEREIN. IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE
LIMITED TO ONE YEAR. WARRANTOR SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR
LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, OR LIMITATIONS ON THE
DURATION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS, SO THESE
EXCLUSIONS OR LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU
SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS, WHICH VARY FROM
STATE TO STATE.
FELIX STORCH, INC.
770 Garrison Avenue
Bronx, NY 10474
Phone: (718) 893-3900
Fax: (844) 478-8799
www.summitappliance.com
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troubleshooting and helpful hints, visit:
www.summitappliance.com/support
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